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Somalia

Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed (Farmajo)

Date of Birth: 11/03/1962
Place of Birth: Mogadishu


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Poll fight for Farmajo

President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' and his government experienced temporary relief on 2 December when the electoral commission supervising South West State's presidential election postponed the poll – again...


US strikes, Shabaab gains

Corruption is an intractable problem for the government of President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' because it needs funds with which to buy support from MPs and soldiers and secure its position in the federal member states, where elections are taking place...


Shelter for favouritism

The case of a business manager who lost his job because he was not in the inner circle of President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed 'Farmajo' is discouraging diaspora investors...


Money worries

Analysts see his appointment to NISA on 1 September as an attempt by President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' and his team to improve their monitoring of their opponents and put Farmajo in a good position for a second presidential mandate...


Abiy dials down Pax Ethiopia

This time, Ethiopia's head of government was full of smiles and kind words for his Somali counterpart, President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed 'Farmajo'...


Farmajo's Brussels win

At the meeting of donor countries in Brussels on 17 July, the European Commission pledged €200 million to President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed 'Farmajo's' government...


A proconsul retires

But the election of Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed 'Farmajo' as President in early 2017 marked a turn in the tide (AC Vol 59 No 1, Cracks in the federal system)...


Shabaab takes to the air

Abu Ubaydah had predictable words for President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed 'Farmajo', repeating Farmajo's own admission that the Somali National Army does not know what it is fighting for...


Proxies, powers, and presidents

In the background, however, conflict is also developing over the centralising, anti-regionalist tendencies of President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' and his administration...

Speakers wild: how the chamber made its pick Mohamed Jawari largely lost his battle to retain the speakership of the Mogadishu parliament because he had chosen to confront President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' over the latter's growing authoritarianism...


Funds for all the family

The reaction of President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed 'Farmajo' and the Prime Minister was not to wait to see if Jawari would find a way to stop the motion, but to build up a large group of MPs to demand the Speaker's resignation...


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